I'm a junior at Harvard College, concentrating in Computer Science. Aside from school work, I am part of Professor David Parkes' Atari team in economics and computation. In my research, I am interested in using deep multi-agent reinforcement learning techniques to study resource allocation mechanisms in dynamic environments with both AI and human participants, and I am currently working on implementing multi-agent algorithms for our multi-agent environment.

Aside from research, I am also a Teaching Fellow for CS50, the introductory computer science course at Harvard. As a TF, I lead sections and mentor students on concepts including algorithms, data structures, and software engineering using C, Python, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and SQL.

In my free time, I greatly enjoy ballroom dancing, scuba diving, and hanging out with friends.

In 2019, I graduated from Park Tudor School in Indianapolis. During high school summers, I did medical research examining the historical use of Malaria to treat Neurosyphilis in Indiana hospitals.